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This Common Joint Supplement Can Add Years to Your Life

April 15th, 2014
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It’s one of the most important substances for keeping your cartilage intact. But new research from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology found that it offers a surprising benefit: It may help you live longer.

Now most people take this supplement to support their joints. Decades of study shows it helps reduce wear and tear of cartilage that comes with age…improve mobility…maintain the cushioning fluid between your joints…and supports flexibility.

Researchers gave this supplement to 100 week-old mice. That’s the equivalent of being 65 years old in human years. Regardless of gender or body composition, this supplement increased their lifespan by 10 percent. For humans, that’s eight full years.

You may already be taking this every day to help support your joints… And if you aren’t, you’ll want to start as soon as possible…

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This Deadly Antidepressant Raises Your Risk for Breast Cancer

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Talk about bad news…

Researchers at A City of Hope recently discovered that one common prescription drug raises estrogen levels. The drug in question? Paroxetine. You probably know it as Paxil. It’s one of the most prescribed drugs in America.1 As an SSRI, you already know that it’s dangerous. But for women, it’s especially lethal.

Five Natural Ingredients for Preventing Lung Disease

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Whether you’re talking about asthma, cancer, COPD, or even rare conditions, lung disease is on the rise.

The experts are calling lung disease a “time bomb waiting to explode.”1

The World’s Favorite Beverage Shields Your Liver

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We all know that drinking alcoholic beverages increases your risk of dying from cirrhosis of the liver. But new research shows that drinking two cups of another type of brew each day does the exact opposite.

The report comes from the National University of Singapore. A team of researchers there wanted to see how everyday beverages affect liver cirrhosis mortality. They followed 63,275 people between the ages of 45 and 75 for almost 15 years. At the end of the study, they found that one drink offered more protection than any other.